Master of Public Health / MBA

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Program Features

Expand your network 

As a student at the Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Carey Business School, you will build a network that includes professionals spanning industries and sectors.  

Now STEM-designated

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School full-time MBA program and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Master of Public Health program are both newly STEM-designated.

Differentiate yourself 

Set yourself apart from other MPH graduates with an MBA. Armed with a deep understanding of the business of health, graduates are uniquely qualified to work in the dynamic world of public health.  

Two degrees, less time 

By completing these degrees simultaneously, you will earn two degrees in less time and less credits than it would take to complete them separately.  


Cheryl Chia, MBA/MPH, '22, leveraged the resources and reputation of Johns Hopkins top-ranked Bloomberg School of Public Health with the knowledge and networks at Carey Business School to prepare for her career at AstraZeneca.


This unique full-time program enables integrates philosophies, functions, and competencies of public health and business. You will master the principles of population-based health and business skills like finance management, strategic planning, leadership, and negotiation.  

The Student Handbook provides access to information about services and resources for students as well as policies and procedures.

The 2021 edition of the Carey Business School University Catalog is available.

Employment outcomes

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At A Glance

Program Details

Full Time
2 years, two degrees
63 credits (MBA); 64 credits (MPH)

Tuition & Fees

Tuition Cost
$142,668 total
Financial Aid

Financial aid for the Master of Public Health/MBA program is administered by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Learn more